Wooh Da Kid Net Worth

By | September 7, 2016

Popular American rapper who was born in 1985, Wooh Da Kid’s net worth is today $1 million dollars. Find out his siblings name, wiki, and salary in 2016. Nyquan Malphurs may not strike you as familiar but his nick name since he was barely two years, Wooh Da Kid, needs no introduction. Presently, residing in the south side of Atlanta, he has reached his present fame, proving his worth every inch of the way.

Wooh Da Kid

Name Nyquan Malphurs
DOB February 23, 1985
Net Worth $1 Million
Source of Income  Rapper
Annual Salary $180,000
Monthly Income $15,000
Weekly Income $3,700
Birth Date February 23, 1985
Ethnicity African
Height N/A
Weight N/A
Girlfriend Single
Ex-Girlfriend N/A

He grew up exposed both to the streets and music and finally decided on singing over jail. Its little wonder, he is deemed as the underdog of the So Icy Ent. He got extremely focused and determined on his career as a rapper in 2007 but was also working on and off prior to it



Reaching to his present worth of about 1 million dollars, he states of plotting his career like a game of chess. The younger brother of Waka Flocka Flame, this super talented underdog, best known for his “crazy wordplay” started with guest stints on some affiliate albums like ‘Volume’, ‘The State Vs Radric Davis’ of Gucci Mane and number of mixtapes. The most popular of his mixtape was that of 2009 which was Gucci certified as well. Yes, we are talking about none other than ‘Pressure’ by Trap-A-Holics and DJ Holiday. He created a niche for himself by block banging with his associated acts in the company of top shots like Drumma Boy, Zaytoven, Slim Dinkin, etc. Through his mixtapes, he played with plenty of styles and features, to deepen and sculpt fine his artistic and personal integrity.

With an undeniable flow he went through several esteemed record labels. Starting out with Mizay Entertainment, he moved to So Icey Entertainment. Joining the group of 1017 Brick Squad has given him a credible famous status. His single “No Romance” was a huge hit among the underground circuit. Snappy punch lines with an iced-out mentality became his signature style. His 2013 solo offering, “Cut Throat” made all go gaga. The break out single of the 1017 Brick Squad, ‘”Follow Me”, can be called his hit which confirmed him as a popular artist. With a long way to go, there is little doubt that he would scale greater heights!

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